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Re: Earliest McFalls in "The Colonies"
Posted by: Sharon Reed-Miller (ID *****5493) Date: July 25, 2002 at 06:40:15
In Reply to: Re: Earliest McFalls in "The Colonies" by Ann Wright of 245

Thank you for this posting. I would really like to get a discussion going on "McFalls' Sightings" in the 1700s. I have been working on a database of McFalls info for the 1700s for the past few weeks.
I knew about Daniel, and I have been exploring the brothers, Arthur & John, as we (several of us researching Alney B. McFalls, born about 1819, in or around Burke County, NC) think Alney must, in some way, be connected to them. But this is the first time I have encountered an ADAM. I will keep my eye out & get back to you.
I am approaching this thing as more of a general study of all of the early (1700s) McFalls families on the Eastern Seaboard & how they spread West.
You can email me directly if you wish. But I do think it is important for all of us who are working on this earlier period to continue to share via the Message Board. I would hate for others to have to continue to do painstaking research all over again to get information that has already been uncovered. People can always go & retrieve the primary resources for their own histories, but I am committed to sharing the "leads" freely.


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